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. the margin was quite high. it's important to remember that george w. bush and call rove had a brilliant strategy of our reach to hispanic voters, and it was successful. george w. bush in 2004 won at least 40 percent of the vote. the exit polling had a net 44. but it was a remarkable accomplishment. and now romney is pulling at best in the mid-20s. and his own campaign said they need to reach 38 percent nationally in order to be competitive in the states where the latino vote will be critical. so what the republican party has done is to merge to the right instead of george of the bush, carl rove, john mccain. let's reach out to hispanics and make immigration reform something beefier. a party where mitt romney now embodies the party. he promised to veto. he is on a radical policy prescription. the idea of making life so miserable year that immigrants are literally purge from the country. so this looks to the right has hit badly with hispanics. that means as you point out in your paper the southwest is out of reach with of, in large part because of this. they pulled out of the mexico. they
political affairs from 2005 to 2008. the george w. bush administration. he is teachly currently at the professor of diplomacy and international politics at harvard. thank you for joining us. >> it's a pleasure to be with you. >> thank you. you heard the speeches from new york and the play about the dualing foreign policy points. what's your take away as far as what each candidates had to say in new york? >> guest: first i think it's very interesting that foreign policy and national security issues have made a real come comeback. they are a big part of the discussion. i think it's a good thing because foreign policy is important to every single american. because we live in a globalized world. i thought president obama gave a thoughtful and he focused 0 the middle east and the tragic events that took place two weeks ago of this week. the assassination of our ambassador in libya and three of his colleagues. the president paid tribute to ambassador stephens. he made two important points, he said americans obviously want to show great religious tolerance for the viewrs of others. and
is basically following bush's lead on his. both china and russia are against any sort of change cannot dynamic change brought about by certainly anything of any u.s. or western intervention. both feel they would do with their abstentions in the u.n. security council resolution that authorized use of force and libya. they thought it would be used for defensive purposes and thought they were duped because they know. in addition, both russia and china don't want to necessarily be on the side of those that are advocates of outside military intervention based on humanitarian or more reasons because they fear that these type of u.n. security council resolutions could be used against them because of their own problems domestically and crack downs on domestic population. so they are pretty much hesitate to do that. and as well to just get a blank slate green light to the united states on the u.n. security council. host for sale, indiana, mark thanks for reading. >> guest: thank you. >> host: mark, have to turn the television down, all rights? for me put you on hold. john in d.c., democrat, go ahead. >
that came out of this country in the bush years about that the u.s. should unambiguously embrace its imperial, currently an adviser. john bolton said, and i wrote this one down, it's a big mistake to grant a billeted in national law but because of a long-term goal of the incident that international law means anything and as you want to constrain the u.s. >> this is our former ambassador to the u.n. >> and another adviser to governor romney. >> i say this to make a partisan statement, but it is different. we spend years in the bush years talking about an imperial for the united states. empire means you have a power above the rules that makes rules are ready else. * not what this war of this. it is not ever going to work. and so i think with in the united states that can solve its domestic problems and recapture a sense that it is an example worth emulating although they have not nearly as strong as the root like them to be, there is hope and strength to move into an isolationist direction to move away from spending money and writing checks for international institutions, to move towar
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